LIFESTYLE

3 secrets to mastering emotions in an emergency

Picture this: you’re in a situation where thousands of lives depend on your action. You have no room for error and no backup plan. You feel the weight of the world on your shoulders, and the clock is ticking. This might be a familiar situation if you are someone who...

Peddling sustainable mobility into Geneva’s future 

In the heart of Geneva, the future of sustainable transportation is being pedaled into reality by the passion and commitment of the volunteers of La Bicyclette Bleue, an active travel association with a vision deeply rooted in a greener tomorrow. At the forefront of...

A stroll through Harlem

Even before you get to Harlem, there’s music. I heard it as I waited for the A-train, immortalized in song by Duke Ellington’s orchestra. A young man belted out love ballads on the platform. Later, inside the subway car, another man performed acrobatic feats on a pole...

The Galette des Rois: history, tradition and a ticket back home

For some people, winter festivities are synonymous with the December solstice and they light a fire in celebration. For others, celebrating the birth of Christ on 25 December is the main event by singing carols. For the people of France, however, Epiphany is the focus...

The myth of a ‘work-life balance’ and how to get it right

Although we say “work-life” balance, work and life are not two different entities. The reason why we separated ‘work’ and are trying to balance it with ‘life’ is because we have made: 1. Work = stressful 2. Our working day longer than the time spentfor ourselves or...

Stepping into the culinary limelight

Overlooking Green Park in the heart of Mayfair, London, HIDE restaurant boasts (alongside its Michelin star) a beautiful hidden exterior, true to its name. It is the workplace of Josh Angus, Group Executive Chef of the three beautiful restaurants in the area - all...

World renowned Chef feeds the world

If I were to use only three words to describe French chef Eric Ripert, these would be vision, passion, and action. Fueled by his passion for cooking, Ripert flew to New York in 1989, aged 24, after working in Paris at La Tour d’Argent and with iconic chef Joel...

People power: a citizen’s festival for the SDGs

Did you know that, since 2012, every year during the High-Level Week of the General Assembly, the Global Citizen Festival brings together thousands of global citizens, artists, activists, world leaders, philanthropists, corporate leaders, and more in Central Park to...

La durabilité genevoise dans de beaux draps

L’été est là. L’occasion de ressortir manches courtes et robes, mais aussi de faire du tri et de se délester de tout ce qui encombre nos placards. Que faire des vêtements et linge de maison dont nous ne voulons plus? Quel point de chute pour nos déchets textiles? A...

LIFESTYLE

3 secrets to mastering emotions in an emergency

Picture this: you’re in a situation where thousands of lives depend on your action. You have no room for error and no backup plan. You feel the weight of the world on your shoulders, and the clock is ticking. This might be a familiar situation if you are someone who...

Peddling sustainable mobility into Geneva’s future 

In the heart of Geneva, the future of sustainable transportation is being pedaled into reality by the passion and commitment of the volunteers of La Bicyclette Bleue, an active travel association with a vision deeply rooted in a greener tomorrow. At the forefront of...

A stroll through Harlem

Even before you get to Harlem, there’s music. I heard it as I waited for the A-train, immortalized in song by Duke Ellington’s orchestra. A young man belted out love ballads on the platform. Later, inside the subway car, another man performed acrobatic feats on a pole...

The Galette des Rois: history, tradition and a ticket back home

For some people, winter festivities are synonymous with the December solstice and they light a fire in celebration. For others, celebrating the birth of Christ on 25 December is the main event by singing carols. For the people of France, however, Epiphany is the focus...

The myth of a ‘work-life balance’ and how to get it right

Although we say “work-life” balance, work and life are not two different entities. The reason why we separated ‘work’ and are trying to balance it with ‘life’ is because we have made: 1. Work = stressful 2. Our working day longer than the time spentfor ourselves or...

Stepping into the culinary limelight

Overlooking Green Park in the heart of Mayfair, London, HIDE restaurant boasts (alongside its Michelin star) a beautiful hidden exterior, true to its name. It is the workplace of Josh Angus, Group Executive Chef of the three beautiful restaurants in the area - all...

World renowned Chef feeds the world

If I were to use only three words to describe French chef Eric Ripert, these would be vision, passion, and action. Fueled by his passion for cooking, Ripert flew to New York in 1989, aged 24, after working in Paris at La Tour d’Argent and with iconic chef Joel...

People power: a citizen’s festival for the SDGs

Did you know that, since 2012, every year during the High-Level Week of the General Assembly, the Global Citizen Festival brings together thousands of global citizens, artists, activists, world leaders, philanthropists, corporate leaders, and more in Central Park to...

La durabilité genevoise dans de beaux draps

L’été est là. L’occasion de ressortir manches courtes et robes, mais aussi de faire du tri et de se délester de tout ce qui encombre nos placards. Que faire des vêtements et linge de maison dont nous ne voulons plus? Quel point de chute pour nos déchets textiles? A...

International Day of Yoga: a day to dive within

Today, yoga needs no introduction. Moreover, its benefits, ranging from physical and mental strength to even the cure of several chronic illnesses, need no explanation too. However, it’s time to understand yoga more deeply — beyond just the practice — as a path to...

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